Musée d’Orsay the Impressionists.
This charming Parisian art museum is one of the best sights in the French capital, built in a converted train station from the 19th century with astonishing architecture. The gigantic glass ceilings wash the impressionist and post-impressionist masterpieces that cover the walls with light, including that of Cezanne, Monet, Degas, Renoir, Van Gogh and more. Because there are so many pieces to see, it is difficult to fall down, which is the best priority, so we have created a guide Musée d’Orsay from our favorite pieces to help you.
the self-styled, realistic artist, has made this beautiful bronze statue on the basis of a young ballet student named Marie. Dressed in a tutu and with a ribbon strung in her hair, this beautiful sculpture is actually a replica of an original wax figure that he showed in the 1880s……>>
Ball du Moulin de la Galette;
This lively painting by Pierre-Auguste Renoir is full of energy and life. It depicts a Parisian scene and more specifically a lively café in the trendy Montmartre district, because a lively dance takes place in the background. Like all his impressionist works, the painting is suggestive and you have the feeling that you can hear the conversations, music and laughter.
As one of the most memorable paintings from Vincent van Gogh’s self-portrait series, Van Gogh dressed in a suit against a dazzling and disorienting décor. The sea of colors is absolutely fascinating, with blasts of the artist’s bright hair, troubling swirls of turquoise, green and blue, and communicating a sense of Van Gogh’s inner turmoil, despite his genius.
Blue water lilies;
Monet was best known for his water lily works, which were based on the beautiful view in his vast garden where he cherished them. In contrast to other works, he chose to zoom in on water lilies and managed to create a beautiful recreation of the scene, despite the seemingly haphazard brush strokes on the canvas.